Benchmark results for the AMD Ryzen AI 9 365 APU indicate a roughly 14% increase in IPC performance from Zen 4 to Zen 5.

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Advanced examination findings for the AMD Ryzen AI 9 365 APU reveal an approximate 14% enhancement in IPC performance from Zen 4 to Zen 5.

Exciting revelations have emerged from a recent analysis concerning AMD’s forthcoming Strix Point APUs. While the official release date remains undisclosed, AMD and its associates are gearing up to unveil the initial laptops in the upcoming month, with speculation hinting at potential availability by July 15th.

David Huang’s assessment (as reported by VideoCardz) focuses on an engineering prototype of the 10-core Strix APU, the Ryzen AI 9 365. Although details like TDP and sample type are not explicitly outlined, the assessment provides insight into the architectural advancements introduced by Zen 5 and Zen 5c. It also offers a comprehensive comparison against Zen 4 (Ryzen 7 7840U) and Zen 3 (Ryzen 7 7735U).

The Ryzen AI 9 365 is expected to host four Zen 5 cores and six Zen 5c cores, featuring a peak boost clock of 5GHz. Although the clock speed for the Zen 5c cores remains unverified by AMD, initial tests propose an operating frequency of 3.3GHz. Noteworthy, the testing setup boasted 32GB of LPDDR5X-7500 memory.

Performance evaluations within the review showcase considerable enhancements with the Zen 5 architecture. By testing all APUs at 4.8GHz using SPEC CPU 2017 to gauge IPC uplift, Zen 5 sees a 22.3% surge over Zen 3 and 9.7% over Zen 4. Furthermore, in the Geekbench 6 single-core performance examination, Zen 5 showcases a 15.3% IPC advancement over Zen 4, escalating to 17.7% in Geekbench 5. These results closely mirror AMD’s assertion of a 16% IPC increase compared to Zen 4.

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Source: AMD Ryzen AI 9 365 APU Tests

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